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, 95, of Berlin, died Feb.3.Born in 1904 in Washington, D.C.she was the daughter of Thomas Edward and Ella Julia Cogan.She was retired from the National Institute of Health in 1969.Her husband Harold Kennedy, predeceased her.Survivors include daughters, Evelyn Kelley and Sally Robb; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.
, 74, of Orange, died Feb.6.Born in 1925 in Clifton, N.H., he was the son of Harvey and Hannah (Poor) Palmer.He graduated from Paterson High School and married Margaret (Pez) Palmer in 1944.They moved to Orange in 1985.He was a truck driver with Pacific International Express in N.J.and had served in the Army during WWII.He was a member of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in N.J.and the Websterville Baptist Church.Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Patricia Helfst, Victoria Width, Kathleen Palmer and Geraldine Ver Hoeve; two brothers; a sister; 11 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren.
, 75, of Sharon, died Feb.5.Born in 1925 in East Corinth, he attended Bradford schools.In 1946, he married Laura DeVoid.He was employed with True Wood Products of Lebanon, retiring in 1986.He had served in the Army during WWII.Survivors include his wife; four sons, Bernard Jr., Kevin, Wendall and Russell; two daughters, Lena Menard and Penny Bayerle; three brothers; 17 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren.
, 93, of Barre, died Feb.6.Born in 1906 in Taneytown, MD, she was the daughter of David and Sarah (Adams) Shaum.She attended local schools and later college in Lancaster, PA.She worked as a secretary in New York City.In 1931, she married Wilber Lee Eckert, who predeceased her.She and her husband were self-employed as sellers of farm produce and later operated an animal dealership.Survivors include her daughters, Joan Knott, Rita Anne, Delores Little and Patricia Hoxie; one son, Robert Sr.; 23 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren.
, 18, formerly of Randolph and more recently of Hancock, died Feb.5.Born in 1981 in Randolph, he was the son of Howard and Pamela (Mears) Doyle Sr.He attended schools in Hancock and Rochester.He worked for Bettis Auto Land in Hancock and the Sunoco station in Middlebury.Survivors include his parents; maternal grandmother, Doris Mears; two brothers, Howard and Danny; two sisters, Nichole and Kailah.
, 47, of Montpelier, died Feb.6.Born in 1953 in Morrisville, she was the daughter of Leonard and Mary (Paterson) Roberts of Montpelier and formerly of Barre.She was a graduate of Spaulding High School, attended Lyndon State College and graduated from the University of Vermont.She also attended Elin Bible College in Lima, N.Y.She had been employed by Voc Rehab Division for the Blind, St.Johnsbury Convalescent Center and the Vermont Department of Social Welfare.She also worked at Rich's Department Store in Berlin.She was a member of Christ Episcopal Church in Montpelier.Survivors include her parents; a brother, Geoffrey Roberts; a sister, Jennifer Roberts; several aunts, uncles and many cousins.
, 89, of Stowe, died Jan.28.Born in 1910 in Stowe, he was the son of Melvin and Laila (Magoon) Boyce.He grew up and lived most of his life in Stowe.He attended the West Branch School in Stowe.In 1952, he married Adeline Roy Leveway.He worked as a janitor at the Capitol Building in Montpelier, for the Stowe Cemeteries and at the Stoweware Mall in Lower Village of Stowe, until his retirement.Survivors include his wife; many cousins.
, 88, of Marshfield, died Feb.8.Born in 1911 in Pittsburgh, Pa., she was the daughter of Theodore and Anna Sayka.She graduated from Froebel High School in Gary, Ind.In 1936, she married Paul Medved, who died in 1988.After her husband's death, she moved to Marshfield where she was a member of the North American Martyrs Church.Survivors include two daughters, Barbara Bohn and Joan McCoy; two brothers; nine grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren.
, 89, of Barre, died Feb.8.Born in 1910 in Barre, she was the daughter of Giacomo and Elettra (Lizzari Hoffer) Cecchini.She graduated from Spaulding High School and worked for the Barre Granite Association and then the M&W Railroad Office in Montpelier.In 1931, she married Clarence Campbell, who died in 1982.She was a member of the Presbyterian Church of Barre.Survivors include her daughter, Shirley Hamilton Prushko; three grandsons; five great-grandchildren; a brother.
, of Montpelier, died Feb.5.Born in Wollaston, Mass., she was the daughter of Saba Drew Thomas and James Paul Foster.She was a graduate of Wheaton College in Illinois and acquired a Master of Library Science from Simmons College.She worked as a secretary before joining the Houhgton, Mifflin Company as a text book editor.When she moved to Vermont she began working at National Life Insurance Company.Survivors include three nieces, Carolyn Thompson, Paula J.Foster and Deborah D.Hayes; one nephew, James L.Foster; two grandnieces; four grandnephews.
, 84, of Plainfield, died Feb.8.Born in 1915 in Brockton, Mass., she was the daughter of Everett and Rose May (Greenleaf) Bagley.She attended Barre schools.In 1931, she married Orin Davis.In 1950, she married Carlos Marshall Gray.Both are deceased.She owned and operated a rubbish route in Montpelier and also worked at Petco, Cody Enterprises and Twinfield Auto Repair.Survivors include five sons, Archie Davis, Wendell Davis, Robert Davis, George Davis and Marshal Gray; 15 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren.
, 51, of Woodbury, died Feb.12.Born in 1948 in Woodbury, he was the son of Altos and Thelma (Rathburn) Corey.He graduated from Hardwick Academy.He had worked at a cement company in Colorado, was a truck driver in Washington state and had been employed by Pike Industries.Most recently, he worked for the Willey Construction Co.of East Calais.He served in the Army during the Vietnam war.Survivors include his mother; two brothers, Clifton Rathburn Sr.and Daniel Corey; a sister, Lennie E.Stockwell.
, 74, formerly of Barre, died Feb.11, Born in 1925 in Williamstown, he was the son of William and Elizabeth (Reid) Christie.He attended Barre schools and served in the Navy during WWII.Upon discharge, he completed the master plumbing license and owned and operated Christie Plumbing & Heating Inc.In 1948, he married Arlene White, who predeceased him.Survivors include two sons, Reid and Mark; four grandchildren; one great-grandson; two brothers; two sisters.
, 83, of Barre, died Feb.12.Born in 1916 in Barre, he was the son of Pietro and Felecita (Cerutti) Chioldi.He attended Barre area schools.In 1945, he married Angelina Piro.He was employed as a sawyer at the Peerless Granite Co., retiring in 1978.He served in the Army during WWII and was a member of the Barre Congregational Church.Survivors include his wife; two sons, Stephen and Dennis; two sisters; four grandchildren.
, 87, of Northfield, died Feb.9.Born in 1912 in Island Pond, he was the son of Alexander and Alice Norton Stott.He graduated from Brighton High School and in 1934, married Leona Mildred Currier.He served in the Army during WWII.He worked for the Canadian National Railroad and then owned the Brighton Gas Company.After retirement in 1977, he and his wife moved to Northfield.Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Barbara Pope; three granddaughters; one grandson; one sister; seven great-grandchildren; three nephews.
, 82, of Montpelier, died Feb.11.Born in 1918 in Granville, she was the daughter of Clyde and Bessie (Manning) Campbell.She graduated from Montpelier Seminary and Bay Path Institute in Springfield, Mass.In 1938, she married Carroll Williams, who died in 1977.She had been employed by the VT Tax Department, retiring in 1983.She and her husband provided foster care for many children.She was a member of the Moretown Methodist Church.Survivors include four daughters, Carolyn Brown, Elaine Marcou, Ruth Flanders and Susan O'Neill; one son, Richard; 14 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; one sister; two brothers.
, 82, formerly of Chelsea, died Feb.11.Born in 1917 in Chelsea, she was the daughter of William and Eunice (Bowin) Burbank.She graduated from Chelsea High School.In 1937, she married Harrison Eddy, he died in 1995.They operated a dairy farm.She was a member of the Methodist Church.Survivors include one son, William; five daughters, Elizabeth Brown, Wilma Metcalf, Mary Kennedy, Marjorie Fournier and Phyllis Elder; a sister; 20 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren.
, 100, of Barre City, died Feb.7.Born in 1899 in Barre, she was the daughter of Battista and Dominica (Massucco) Tomasi and stepdaughter of Joseph B.Sanguinetti.She attended schools in Barre and graduated from Spaulding High School She attended Smith College and earned a bachelor of arts degree in Romance Languages.In 1926, she married Vincent P.Sassone, who died in 1946.She taught in Dorchester, Mass.and Spaulding High School, retiring in 1964.She was a member of St.Monica's Church in Barre.Survivors include two sons, Vincent and Robert; a daughter, Mary Jean Calcagni; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild; numerous nieces and nephews.
, 50, formerly of Montpelier, died Feb.11.Born in 1949 in Montpelier, she was the daughter of Brendan and Marjorie (Stewart) O'Brien.She worked in various doctors' and medical offices as a secretary and receptionist.Survivors include two daughters, Janet Howard and Jleigh "Judy" Howard; one son, Jonathan; two brothers; several aunts, uncles, nieces and cousins.
, 89, formerly Calais and East Montpelier, died Feb.9.Born in 1910 in New Hampshire, she spend her early life in Elmore where she attended school.She attended Montpelier Seminary.In 1931, she married Leslie Hooper.They made their home in Calais and later in East Montpelier.She was employed at Heaton Hospital and later at Central Vermont Hospital in the nursing profession.Her husband died in 1967.In 1968, she married Raymond Lea and they resided in Worcester.She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Montpelier and attended Shady Rill Baptist Church.Survivors include her husband; a daughter, Cecilia Hooper Martin; a step-daughter, Linda Lea Hopkins; a step-son, Gary Lea; three grandchildren; two great-grandsons.